GLENOLDEN, Pa. (AP) — Wells Fargo says a Pennsylvania woman did the right thing when an automatic teller machine spit out hundreds of dollars that weren’t hers: She returned the money.
Kristina Edwards tells the Delaware County Daily Times that she went to a Wells Fargo bank ATM in Glenolden on Sunday morning to withdraw $60.
When the machine instead popped out $380, she tried to chase down the customer in line in front of her to see if the money belonged to him. When she found out it didn’t, she called Wells Fargo and was told to return the money to a bank branch when she could.
The 35-year-old single mother of two did that Monday.
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